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|"Most staff friendly & helpful."||(in 43 reviews)|
|"Great location and friendly staff."||(in 79 reviews)|
|"The most amazing harbour and city view."||(in 52 reviews)|
|"Our room was awful"||(in 30 reviews)|
|"Room service order was wrong twice."||(in 4 reviews)|
|"It's a very tired hotel."||(in 16 reviews)|
|great location||in 167 reviews|
|room with a view||in 138 reviews|
|room and the bathroom||in 115 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 95 reviews|
|breakfast buffet||in 68 reviews|
|great hotel||in 64 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 38 reviews|
|free wifi||in 35 reviews|
|stanley park||in 26 reviews|
|room service||in 18 reviews|
|close to the downtown||in 11 reviews|
|extra charges||in 8 reviews|
|walking distance||in 7 reviews|
|coal harbour||in 6 reviews|
|parking was expensive||in 4 reviews|
|right on the water||in 3 reviews|
|robson street||in 3 reviews|
|small room||in 2 reviews|
|good price||in 1 review|
Location and price
Shower needs a door.
The bed was comfortable.
We were given a handicap room and the bathroom was poorly set up for us
Great location, good value
Great location, solid Weston experience. Hotel interior spaces look a little dated but it's very comfortable, clean, quiet, overall very good experience. Would stay here again.
Parking is expensive, like it is in every major city.
Awesome view, terrible building
The view from our tower room (18th floor) was very nice. Both in the day and at night, the view was great. The hotel lobby area and pool are also pretty nice. The staff was mostly friendly. In particular, the front office manager Jason Wei was incredibly professional and accommodating. He really cared about our experience and made an effort to keep us happy.
The hotel itself is quite old, and feels that way. The fixtures and room layouts do not match the expensive price tags for the rooms. You're basically just paying for the location. The rooms and hallways and generally everything seems dated and worn out. At one point we were moved to a junior suite (9th floor) in the original building (not the tower) and were not all that impressed with that room either. On top of that, there were hundreds of birds outside chirping and wailing all day and night. We barely got any sleep.
Loved the hotel. Have stayed there many times... Amazing location...
However, $750 a night is absolutely insane!! Somehow got ripped off online into paying that for one night! It was supposed to be for 2 nights.... Not happy... Complete rip off...
Great Anniversary getaway
Location is superb with Stanley Park at the door and the city behind. Great views
Price of parking
Great location, good value. Fun to be in that part of the city, a real attraction for us.
Exterior is rather dated but interior was fine. Not a concern for us.
Usually when I travel and get to a hotel I want to be checked in as quickly as possible. You'd think the young guy checking me in would have understood this, but he kept stopping what he was doing to answer questions from one of the other hotel workers. The other worker was maybe 50 or so, the kid's senior, so I understand his respect for the older man, but they should both know that whatever questions/answers either of them have for each other, should have been both posed and answered after the guest is checked in. Sounds like a very small detail but this level of attention to detail is what I expect from a 4-star hotel. Aside from that and the location being fairly removed from much of what I wanted to see, no complaints.
Fabulous views Close to everything. Very quiet on 9th floor. Friendly staff. Right on the sea wall. I have stayed at many hotels in vanvouver which were fancier but this is my favorite since it brings out what makes Van one of the most picturesque cities of the world
A bit dated and modern 70s decor Valet was a bit steep at $40. No free WiFi in rooms
loved the patio doors opened up to the veiw of the sea,the breeze flowed through the room.
upscale ..lovely hotel overlooking Stanley park . and harbor.. shopping is just steps away... with many restaurants and coffee shops within walking distance..you won't need to drive anywhere...We will be back for sure in the near future
The location was beautiful. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The beds were very comfortable.
The Westin Bayshore in Vancouver, British Columbia, is beautifully situated overlooking the Vancouver Harbour. The upscale hotel is conveniently located near the Vancouver Convention Center, Granville Island, and the Vancouver Aquarium. Scenic views of the ocean and surrounding mountains are visible from the rooms.
Spacious, polished rooms are furnished in modern decor. Rooms feature flat-screen televisions, high-speed wifi, coffee makers, harbor views, plush bedding, crisp linens, luxe bath products, kitchenettes, signature mattresses, and air-conditioning. Upgraded suites offer stunning city and harbor views, separate living areas, and private balconies. Room and laundry service is available. Rooms are kid and pet-friendly.
Other hotel amenities include a fully-equipped 24/7 fitness center, indoor and outdoor pools, a business center, and curated running routes. Indulge with a wide array of therapeutic services at the on-site luxury spa, Vida Spa, which offers massages, facials, and a sauna. The hotel has over 78,000 square feet of stunning indoor and outdoor event space, which serves as the perfect venue for weddings, conferences, corporate events, or social gatherings.
Guests can satisfy their taste buds at the upscale rotisserie-style restaurant, H2 Rotisserie & Bar. The farm-to-table restaurant serves custom dishes using fine meats and other fresh ingredients. The signature Maple Hill Farms rotisserie chicken is a revered menu favorite.
A grab and go coffee shop, H Tasting Lounge, offers Starbucks coffees as well as a tantalizing selection of house-made pastries.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
If sustainable tourism is important to you, this lavish accommodation is the perfect fit. A recipient of the 4 Green Key Rating by the Hotel Association of Canada, a number of significant efforts have been made to preserve the local environment, community, economy and cultural heritage. Also awarded a Wildlife Friendly Habitat Certification, concerted efforts are made to protect the territory of native animals in the region. The hotel gained worldwide attention in 1972 when infamous business magnate Howard Hughes moved in and lived in the top-floor penthouse for six months.
A welcoming dog-friendly hotel, you will receive a tailored bed upon your arrival to keep them comfortable at night. Feeding bowls and relief bags are provided, while specialized pet meals can be ordered to ensure they don’t get hungry. No extra charge is added to the cost of your reservation; however, a maximum weight of 40 lb is enforced.
The dedicated Tangent meeting area is perfect for getting some work done, with desks, printers and multiple charging ports. It is also a fantastic space for meetings, with videoconferencing equipment, a sound system, floor-to-ceiling whiteboards and snacks to accommodate guests. The business center is also equipped with computer stations in case you have not brought your laptop with you.
If you wake up starving, make the most of the breakfast buffet available for roughly C$ 44 (approximately $25) per person. You can alternatively opt for a lighter continental breakfast for roughly C$ 27 (approximately $20) or get a quick bite on the go as you head out the door for just C$ 4 (approximately $3).
The drive from Vancouver International Airport takes roughly 25m, thus catching a cab is a quick and easy option. A standard fare will cost roughly C$ 35 (approximately $26), with the hotel located in Zone 9 of the taxi fare map.
Keep fit and active during your next vacation by joining the running, spin or yoga classes. All sessions are complimentary with your stay. There is also the opportunity to test yourself and try a liquid yoga class, where you’ll perform exercises while floating on a mat above the pool. Engaging your stabilization muscles, just pack swimwear and be prepared to get a bit wet.
Committed to creating a functional space for all guests, a host of amenities have been altered to provide more convenience including 32 in doorway openings for specific guestrooms, grab bars in bathrooms, elevators throughout the hotel and lowered electrical outlets. Dedicated accessibility parking is available, while public areas such as the main entrance, reception desk, business center and fitness center can be reached by wheelchair. (Prices checked 18/06/19).
The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver is located at 1601 Bayshore Drive in Coal Harbour, 1,4 km from the centre of Vancouver. Vancouver Aquarium is the closest landmark to The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver.
No, The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver does not offer free parking.
No, The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver is 1 km from Vancouver Coal Harbour. The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver is 11,3 km from Vancouver Intl.
Yes, The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver has a pool on-site.